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Asia Pacific Finance

China to Audit Local Governments and Reduce Financial Risk

On July 28th, China’s National Audit Office (NAO) announced that it will conduct a nationwide audit of government debt as Beijing tries to ascertain the financial risks to China’s continued

Middle East/North Africa Politics

Morocco’s Government Begins to Unravel

On 10 July 2013, the Istiqlal party announced its spontaneous departure from the Moroccan government. As the second largest political party within the Moroccan parliament, forming part of the governing

Asia Pacific Economics

New Data Points to Strong Philippine Economy

In recent months a trickle of news regarding a Chinese economic slowdown, continued weakness in Europe, and stalled growth in many emerging markets has raised fears of another global recession.

Economics South and Central Asia

India’s Trade Diplomacy

India is implementing an aggressive style of trade diplomacy, as the government acts on the need for investment in the run-up to elections. On May 28th Indian Commerce Secretary S.

Economics Sub-Saharan Africa

The new Ivorian economic miracle, finally?

The Ivorian authorities are claiming that a new Ivorian miracle is happening now, that the train is on its way and should not be missed by anyone who wants to